Improving your hearing health. Improving your life.

At Atlantic Hearing Care, you are guaranteed to be in good hands. Entrust your hearing to a team of licensed professionals with many years of experience in the hearing healthcare industry. We conduct a complete assessment of your hearing and lifestyle needs to come up with a uniquely personalized solution for better hearing.

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990 Paradise Rd
Suite 3A
Swampscott, MA


2 First Ave
Suite 127-1
Peabody, MA



Hearing loss can affect anyone, and it can affect one’s life in more ways than you can imagine. Hearing loss leads to difficulty in relationships with those you care about most, reduces energy and increases fatigue. Untreated hearing loss can bring about anxiety, worry, tension and sadness.
Cardiovascular Disease

Could the ear be a window to the heart?

Alzheimer's & Dementia

Dementia risk may be up to 5x higher with hearing loss


Hearing loss 2x as likely for those with diabetes


Symptoms go down, quality of life goes up with hearing aid use


Hearing loss is tied to a 3-fold increase in the risk of falling

Chronic Kidney Disease

Moderate CKD associated with 43% increased risk of hearing loss


32% more likely for older adults with hearing loss

what we do works

Three reasons patients choose us for their hearing care

Our goal is to provide the best possible hearing care based upon your individual needs.


Our Doctors of Audiology and Hearing Instrument Specialists provide best
practices to ensure your success. We are continually being trained on the latest in hearing aids and cochlear implant services. We use real ear measurement to verify your performance. Our patients consistently report a significant improvement in quality of life since getting hearing aids. In fact 98% of our patients would refer family and friends to us for hearing help!
Replace with: Atlantic Hearing Care is independently owned by Dr. Taylor Chabot and Lisa Elwell, both of whom live locally on the North Shore and are enthusiastic about supporting the hearing needs of their community members. We are not a franchise, we do not work for a manufacturer, we are not on commission. We have the freedom to choose the best hearing solutions to meet your individual needs, lifestyle, and budget from a variety of manufacturers.
Our Total Listening Care (TLC) program includes extended repair warranty and loss and damage insurance to protect your purchase. We include five years of ongoing office visits and batteries to keep your devices working their best. We have loaner instruments available if yours require repair. We want you to be delighted and to feel you have gotten the best value and professional services for your investment.

Atlantic Hearing Care FAQ

Can you self refer to an audiologist?

Self-referral is a direct path to Audiology for hearing evaluation and, if necessary, National Health Service hearing aids. You do not need to see any other health care professional before seeing an audiologist if you use self referral. In general, you can refer yourself to an audiologist, but if you want to acquire insurance through third-party payers, you must get a recommendation from a doctor.

Do you need a doctor's referral for a hearing test?

Currently, all diagnostic audiological treatments paid by Medicare require a physician referral, with the purpose of testing as the major factor affecting payment. Medicare covers medically acceptable and required therapies for a patient’s diagnosis and treatment. For each treatment charged, the clinician must indicate in the medical record the specific sign, symptom, or complaint that requires the service.

Is a hearing aid specialist the same as an audiologist?

A hearing aid specialist can examine your hearing and fit you with a hearing aid. Audiologists can assess and diagnose a larger range of hearing and balance problems. Audiologists are the medical specialists in charge of diagnosing the root cause of hearing loss since they are concerned with the pathophysiology of hearing loss. An HIS, on the other hand, is exclusively concerned in doing hearing tests and fitting hearing aids.

Is a hearing aid dispenser the same as an audiologist?

Hearing aid dispensers (HADs) are fully licensed experts who test hearing and provide aftercare for hearing aids. Hearing aid dispensers must be qualified and apply for a license in order to use hearing technology. Audiologists can assess and diagnose a larger range of hearing and balance problems. An audiologist may be more suited for more medically related services such as balance issues, earwax impactions, and noise-induced hearing loss. Both professionals may do hearing aid maintenance, cleaning, and repairs, as well as fitting and adjusting.


If you think that you or a family member may be exhibiting any of the symptoms above, give us a visit at Atlantic Hearing Care Massachusetts and have your hearing checked by a professional.

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